(Fox News) A group of students and faculty at an elite Catholic university say they don’t want Chick-fil-A to open a restaurant on their Indiana campus because of the restaurant chain’s frequent donations to Christian groups. Roughly 180 University of Notre Dame students and faculty have signed an open letter calling on the school’s Campus Dining division to nix … [Read more...] about Some Notre Dame Students and Faculty Outraged by Proposed Campus Chick-fil-A
(Time) The mystery surrounding the murder of Haiti’s President Jovenel Moïse deepened Monday as Haitian police arrested a U.S.-based evangelical pastor, placing him at the center of a murky plot surrounding an assassination that has stunned Haitians and international observers. Police claim that Christian Emmanuel Sanon, a Haiti-born 62-year-old who has been living in … [Read more...] about Why Is a Florida-Based Pastor Under Arrest for the Assassination of Haiti’s President?
(CNN) Army Gen. Austin Scott Miller, the top US military official overseeing the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan, said that there should be concern about the Taliban advances on the ground there. "We should be concerned. The loss of terrain and the rapidity of that loss of terrain has -- has to be concerning, one, because it's a -- war is physical, but it's also got … [Read more...] about Top U.S. General in Afghanistan Says ‘We Should Be Concerned’ About Taliban
(CNN) The Federal Bureau of Prisons has agreed to make five recommended changes to their religious services program after the Justice Department's Office of Inspector General found "significant deficiencies" that include high-risk inmates like those convicted on terrorism charges were leading services. "We found that a significant shortage in the number of chaplains and … [Read more...] about Convicted Terrorists Were Leading Faith-Based Services in Federal Prisons, An Inspector General Report Reveals
by Bob Smietana (RNS) If you want to buy a piece of American religious history, then — as Billy Graham might have said — the time is now. A North Carolina cottage that the famed evangelist and his wife, Ruth Bell Graham, once called home is for sale. The Grahams bought the four-bedroom house at 198 Mississippi Road in the 1940s to be close to Ruth’s parents. “I was … [Read more...] about Billy Graham’s 1940s Cottage in North Carolina Is Listed for Sale at $600,000